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Building wing
Wing's journey
Our Journey
The path that got us here
Learn about how Wing started and the stepping stones that got us here
Sina Sadrzadah
Sina Sadrzadah
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Wing is an electronic, paperless business card and one tap button company that has been shaking up the traditional market. In this blog post, we will explore how Wing got started and how they built their innovative product.

The Inspiration Behind Wing

Wing noticed that traditional business cards were becoming increasingly outdated. They found that traditional paper cards were often lost, forgotten, or just thrown away. They also realized that paper cards were unsustainable and contributed to environmental waste.

To solve these problems, they set out to create a more modern, efficient way to exchange contact information. They envisioned a platform that would allow users to easily share their contact details with a simple tap, and thus, Wingcard.io was born.

Building the Product

To build their electronic business card platform, they needed to create a system that would work seamlessly across different devices and platforms, and that would be easy for users to navigate.

To do this, they focused on developing a user-friendly app that would allow users to create and customise their digital business cards. They also made sure that the app was compatible with both iOS and Android devices.

One of the key features of Wing is the ability to share your details with either the button or business card with just a tap. This was made possible through the use of near-field communication (NFC) technology. By simply tapping their phone against another phone, users can quickly and easily share their contact information.

Another important feature of Wing is the ability to share cards via QR codes. This allows users to share their digital business card with people who may not have NFC-enabled phones. The company also allows users to share their cards via email, text message, or social media.

Wing has also incorporated several other features into their platform, including the ability to track card opens and views, and the ability to add notes and reminders to contacts. These features make it easier for users to manage their contacts and follow up with potential leads.

Final Thoughts

Wing is a prime example of how technology can revolutionise traditional industries. By creating a more efficient and sustainable way to exchange contact information, Wang and Lui have built a platform that is quickly gaining traction in the business world.

Their electronic business card platform offers users a variety of features and customisation options, making it a powerful tool for networking and lead generation. And with the company continuing to innovate and expand their offerings, it's clear that Wing is here to stay.